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Harley My Last Name

(11/29/93 / In A Hospital)

Love and Music


Love is a long written song, that through eternity by and by will never end its fate. They both equal to be a soft soothing sound. Love flows with enchantment to match the beat of a song. Both are sometimes rough and fast but often times slow and relaxing. They are both wonderful and creative in every desire made. There are times when one breaks another's heart and music fades away. Tears run down the face to the beat of the song. To move to another love and find a more joyful song is how you find love in the power of music. Love and music dont always leave a message behind. For in the end, Love is a strong feeling in the Music you hear.

Submitted: Saturday, May 10, 2008
Edited: Sunday, May 11, 2008

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